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Alenia Aermacchi is in talks with a new U.S. partner for the Air Force’s T-X advanced trainer program, the company tells Aviation Week, and a deal should be announced “very soon.”
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I want to write a spoof answer to the question but I ignore Quora because it's community managers are inconsistent. 
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Friday FAQ: How do mosquitoes find you to bite you? http://bit.ly/1LD7vVR

Good luck trying to keep them away!
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GOOD MORNING!!!!!
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A Spinoff a Day - Planetario

Le informazioni raccolte dai satelliti NASA sono state per lungo tempo inaccessibili al grande pubblico, ma con la comparsa di Internet le modalità di condivisione sono diventate innumerevoli. Una delle varie proposte accolte per distribuire i dati…
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Scuole ed utenti privati possono godere della scienza creata dai satelliti grazie ad un planetario portatile.
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Some very interesting mathematics & physics developments in this article.

"Although the finding has not yet been generalized to the full Boltzmann equation, it indicates that the particle description of a gas, when translated into a fluid description, converges not to the Navier-Stokes equations, but to the more general, far less famous Korteweg equations."

"Korteweg modeled the dynamics of fluids in which there is not only dissipation of energy (which is characterized by the Navier-Stokes equations), but also dispersion, or the smearing of energy into its component frequencies, as in a rainbow."

"Still, Gorban notes, his work with Karlin suggests that some gases of particles cannot even be captured by the Korteweg equations. When short-distance interactions between particles become strong enough, he said, such as at the edge of a shock wave, even capillarity cannot fully account for their behavior, and “there exist no hydrodynamics.”"

"The incompleteness of the Navier-Stokes equations becomes apparent in an old experiment that is often for sale in museum gift shops. The Crookes radiometer, a windmill housed inside a partial vacuum chamber made of glass, rotates when exposed to light. In 1879, Maxwell attempted to describe the turning vanes of the Crookes radiometer by modeling the thin air inside the vacuum chamber as a fluid. Maxwell determined that if the equations “given by Professor Stokes,” as he called them, told the full story of the fluid, the vanes would not turn."

The Problem with Hilbert’s 6th Problem
http://www.mmnp-journal.org/articles/mmnp/abs/2015/03/mmnp201510p6/mmnp201510p6.html

#mathematics   #physics   #navier_stokes   #maxwell   #korteweg   #idealgas   #fluiddynamics   #science  
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A 115-year effort to bridge the particle and fluid descriptions of nature has led mathematicians to an unexpected answer.
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La tassa sui condizionatori domestici? Fortunatamente è una bufala, ma questo non toglie che molti italiani si sentano ingiustamente tartassati... Vi diamo la possibilità di vendicarvi: che tassa inventereste per i nostri politici?

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People sleep peacefully in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.” George Orwell
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In short: Sailing Photographer and Astro-Photographer, Sailor, ex Airspace Engineer Student, ex Aircraft Pilot

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I born in Italy but my blood is made by: 50% ita, 25% uk, 24% esp (plus others influency like usa, australia, swiss)... 

I grew in a real international space, so I've a real wide mind.... 
I love sports, and I tried many.
I love technologies, it's why I study airspace (I'm not an astronaut.... in that case I just want be the pilot of the shuttle). 
Fly is my life, I hope after the degree to restart it, in particular aerobatic, just amazing... Mean while, in the last period I tried sailing, at high level,.... and I could change to live only doing race boat........

Take care, 
Alex P.

motto 1: "People sleep peacefully in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.” George Orwell

motto 2: "Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things that escape those who dream only at night." Edgar Allan Poe

motto 3: "K.I.S.S. = Keep It Simple, Stupid" Boeing

motto 4: "Quando un uomo uccide una tigre, è un eroe; quando una tigre uccide un uomo, è una bestia feroce" Bernard Shaw

motto 5: "Maestro che macchina fotografica usa per le sue fotografie? Signora, io non uso la macchina fotografica uso il cervello" Man Ray

p.s.: I hate to write with the third person point of view........

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National Championship J24 Class 2014, CERN-ALICE; Trofeo Negri-Pirelli; DeWo Sheffield RR; life
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Photo-Amateur for Sailing and astronomy
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Thinking, Analyze the Situation and Big Picture of the project, Photography, Astronomy, Aerospace, ex Pilot, Aerobatic, Photography, Aperture 3, GIMP, iWork, Office, Matlab, CATIA, AutoCad, Test Driver, Sailing
Very good and New! I couldn't say a lot because I was there for a night. I arrived at 19.00 after a regatta and I waked up around 6 o'clock for the second day of race, so I didn't try the breakfast. I has been also the only open in March on all the lake. Rooms and halls are very big, they have "private" access for night, a garden, and a parking.
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One of the most complicate field for sailing in North of Italy. The theatre of the mountains and the town of Lecco are just incredible. You will find 2 main wind on the lake: Il Tivano (from North) and the Breva (from South). The first one gives the name to the field it's a morning wind that can be very strong (sometime in early morning around 20[kts]). In 2014 it has been the field for the National Championship of J24 class, while every year at the end of October and the begin of November there is the Interlaghi (Interlake), a classic regatta for all classes.
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It has been my first "external" a/d during my PPL in EGHH. It remembered me the near home (Italy) airfield of Valbrembo (LILV). I never completely understand why we love to land there, it's grass rwy, you often find windshear & co during take off and landing, but I'm italian... However, they are really friendly, the food is good and if you are luke, you will see many strange a/c, also C-130 does practise... You must go!
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Maybe was the effect of huge number visit had when I visited d/t the special event around the town for the anniversary of Matisse, but I found it very used structure, a lot of dust around and some dark room. That absolutely was not acceptable was the ticket office at entrance, long queue and complicate flow direction. However is a nice museum and it's located in a wonderful historic zone: near you find the roman Arena, the olives tree garden and the Monastère de Cimiez (with the amazing garden) and the Historic Museum. Don't forget to stop to Mar Chagall Museum that you passed during the climb.
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One of the most incredible museum I visited. It's really discreet outside and inside. I absolutely suggest to visit the collection with a guide, because every single piece of human geniality has a special story that explain why it is born. There's a technical section, but the art is the main show, like it's for Fabergè's eggs. It' take some time to be visited but you can "relax" inside and there is also toilet if you need. So go to CERN first and latter visit it
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Very close to Nice, in about 2h by car you are on top! Really on Top! Unluckily I don't go there for skiing, in winter I climb there for the Ice Rally "Trophee Andros" a very particular evento for motorsport. The town is on the italian border and if you like ride bike, motorbike or car, the road is amazing with wonderful panoramas to shoot (I did Nice-Torino via Isola 2000 Col de la Lombard in october and fall colors were superb). In summer there are wonderful mountain paths to climb with lakes and WWII fortifications. Before to climb to Isola 2000 do a stop at Isola the old original Village with all different main doors. If like me also do astrophotography it's better spend another half of hour and climb to the pass Col de la Bonette (another wonderful road) open from spring to autumn. Don't forget also the Parc National du Mercantour.
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Una scoperta casuale, inizialmente interessato alle due mostre una fotografica del National Geographic sul viaggio di Marco Polo e una sui cavalli ceramici cinesi. Alla fine una piacevole sorpresa anche nelle altre sale ai piani superiori. Molto pulito, personale estremamente gentile e disponibile. Indicazioni del percorso chiare e semplici da leggere in italiano ed inglese. Può sfuggire la disponibilità del guardaroba anche per le borse e gli zaini all'ingresso a destra. Forse un po' ridotta la sala islamica. Ritornerò dopo Marzo 2015 che sarà ristabilita parte della mostra mancante. Da visitare!!
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